Swiss soprano Sabine Wüthrich studied at the Conservatory of Berne with Elisabeth Glauser. She continued her studies with Udo Reinemann and Margreet Honig at the Conservatory of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.

Dutch biography

During her studies Sabine was awarded the prestigious Swiss scholarship from the Kiefer Hablitzel Stiftung for three times.

In February 2007 Sabine won the first prize of the Vocalists Presentation, the so called Jo Bollekamp prize for the most promising young soloist in the Netherlands.

In July 2008 she won the first prize at the Concorso Internazionale di Canto Solistico in Gorizia, Italy. In this competition she won together with her accompanist Daniël Kramer the first prize for best Lied performance.


As a soloist Sabine has worked with conductors Paul McCreesh, Daniel Klajner, Lucas Vis, Arie van Beek, Henrik Schaefer, Etienne Siebens, Patrick Flynn, Otto Tausk, Frédérique Désenclos and Reinbert de Leeuw.

She sang a.o. with the Berne Symphony Orchestra, Holland Symfonia, the Doelen Ensemble, the Ensemble Nieuwe Muziek and the National Youth Orchestra NJO.


She was invited by festivals such as Norwich & Norfolk Festival, the Tallinn Autumn Festival for Contempory Music, the Thuner Schlosskonzerte, the Cambridge Early Music Series, the Stratford-upon-Avon-Festival and the Festival de Musique de Sully et du Loiret.


Sabine has a big passion for chamber music. With clarinettist Céleste Zewald and pianist Daniël Kramer she forms the Trio Amare.


Composers Daan Manneke, Willem Wander van Nieuwkerk and Jan van de Putte wrote pieces especially for her and Sabine had the big honour to work several times with world famous composer Sofia Gubaidulina as well as with Kaija Saariaho in August 2011.  

Sabine loves the teaching aspect of her career. In 2013 she was invited to give a Masterclass at Bangor University of Music, United Kingdom.